Nation of Islam
They were leaders that led their people the path of a new divine culture and civilization of peace, and the knowledge of God. These Nation of Islam leaders, Eljiah Muhammad, Louis Farrakhan and Malcolm X, fought for their beliefs and rights for years. These men changed history and the lives of many black people.
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